Architect Charlie Lazor has been at the forefront of prefabricated architecture in recent years with his creation of the FlatPak system. Designs are based on eight foot wide, one story tall wall panels, and size and configuration are otherwise limited only by the imagination and budget of the client. Lazor also created a series of kitchen and bath components and storage solutions that integrate directly into the system. The Wolfback FlatPak house was recently completed in Sausalito, California. At 4200 square feet, it is a particularly large example of a FlatPak home, complete with five bedrooms and a view of the San Francisco Bay. Like most homes created with Lazor’s system, the Wolfback house is dictated by relative linearity. Exterior walls are mostly glass, with dark wood siding separating the first and second floor. Inside, spaces are expansive and undivided. The first floor employs a black, polished concrete floor to minimize the inevitable maintenance that comes with the large sliding glass doors that open the interior to the environment. Elsewhere, a material palette of wood and stone reflects the home’s natural surroundings.
See more images of the Wolfback Ridge FlatPak House after the jump.